Why Has the AU Been Silent On the Ethiopian Dam Dispute?

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan are currently engaged in vital talks over the dispute relating to the filling and operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on the Nile River. While outside players are increasingly present in the negotiations, the African Union is playing a marginal role, write Meressa K Dessu, Dawit Yohanness and Roba Sharamo for the Institute for Security Studies.

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